Brush High School Student’s Contemplative Photograph Earns National Recognition
Brush High School senior Lauren Smith, has recently been recognized in the top 1% of 230,000 works of art, for her photograph entitled, “Parting Ways,” that was recently submitted to the National Scholastics Arts and Writing competition. For the last ninety years, these prestigious awards have highly praised the literary and photography work of teenagers from across the country. Past notable winners in the National Scholastic Arts and Writing competition have included Andy Warhol, Truman Capote and Lena Dunham. Her photograph will be honored at a special ceremony in May at Carnegie Hall in New York City. She will be in attendance, along with her family, and high school photography instructor Ms. Hadley Conner, from the Arts and Technology Department. Those interested in watching the ceremony can view a live webcast, conducted on behalf of the National Scholastic Arts and Writing Competition, at their website, beginning at 6 p.m. on Friday, May 31, 2013. Congratulations on this esteemed recognition!